The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) is the data collection center for fatalities occurring among World Trade Center (WTC) responders and volunteers. Information is collected on any death that has occurred to any responder or volunteer who worked at the WTC site between 9/11/2001 and 6/30/2002 and died between 9/12/2001 and 6/30/2009. This information includes decedentâs demographics, reported cause of death, health status prior to and after WTC, details of WTC exposure, and... Topics: New York State Department of Health, NYSDOH, World Trade Center, data collection, fatalities
In this episode Chris, and Kaleb, get balls deep into discussing video game and what they mean to them. Topics: MOBA, LoL, DOTA, Fighters, MKX, Fatalities, Shooters, Black Ops 3, PS4, X1, Podcast, Video games
bySouth Fraser OnTrax (SFOT) Transportation Advocacy Society
April 14, 2010 South Fraser OnTrax Meeting with special guest speaker Supt. Norm Gaumont, the RCMP Officer in charge of the Lower Mainland Traffic Services (LMD). On road and traffic safety statistics, and what has been done to reduce fatalities. Topics: lower mainland, metro vancouver, transportation, safety, statistics, crashes, fatalities, injuries,...
Kaleb, Hollow and Chris talk all about Competitive games. From MOBAs to Fighters and Shooters, no stone is left unturned in this episode.Send e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.orgCheck out Geekyantics.netListen to us live each Thursday at 9pm EST on twitch.tv/gamingdeath Topics: MOBA, LoL, DOTA, Fighters, MKX, Fatalities, Shooters, Black Ops 3, PS4, X1, Podcast, Video games
Montgomery County has experienced an increase in pedestrian fatalities. The majority of the recent accidents involving pedestrians were caused by the driver. The police have begun issuing $80 citations to drivers that do not observe pedestrian crosswalks. County Executive Isiah Leggett comments on the County's efforts. Topics: Maryland, Montgomery County, Montgomery County Media, MyMCM, Public Access TV, Community Media,...
According to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, nearly 5,000 pedestrians are killed each year and 66,000 more people are injured, in the U.S. alone. Many of these accidents could have been prevented by a simple LED light that attaches to the highest end of an umbrella. Visibility while crossing the street is especially important in suburban or rural roads that are not lit up like city streets. The $10 LED accessory light for umbrellas from Bobby's 'Brella Beacons work on any kind of... Topics: pedestrian accident prevention, nighttime pedestrian fatalities, pedestrian safety light, umbrella...
byOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; International Transport Forum; Transport Research Centre
Does deregulation reduce rail safety? Many countries have envisaged or implemented procompetitive regulatory reforms of their rail sectors. Concerns have been voiced regarding the impact of these reforms on rail safety performance, especially in cases of reforms that have privatised or deregulated state ownership and control of railways. This report addresses these concerns with a detailed investigation of pre and postreform rail safety data in countries where complete and comparable data... Topics: safety, railway, accidents, rail, regulatory, railways, data, privatisation, fatalities, transport,... Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=9UIXF5NLfwAC&hl=&source=gbs_api